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Feel Good Music Series Kicks off with Blues Traveler's John Popper

Sunday, March 13, 2016/Categories: Community, Heartland Bank

Heartland Bank has teamed up with the owners of the new Copious Columbus restaurant and the Notes nightclub in the Brewery District to present the inaugural show in the Heartland Bank Feel Good Music Series. Tickets are available now for the inaugural shows on Friday, March 18, with the Blues Traveler front-man, John Popper.

Copious Columbus is a 21,000 square foot, three level restaurant/bar, events space and live music venue that will serve to ‘feed your soul’ through locally sourced food creations, special wines and cocktails, an eclectic mix of music in a world class setting. Originally known as the McGowan Building, a neo-classical brick and limestone structure located at 520 South High Street, it’s been redesigned to feature a 150 seat restaurant on the main floor, private event space upstairs and a basement level nightclub called Notes that is patterned after top jazz clubs in New York City, Chicago and San Francisco.

According to Scott McComb, Chairman, President and CEO of Heartland Bank, "Culinary and entertainment venues like Copious and Notes have been a vital part of making us a destination city. Get used to national talent and world class food because it's here to stay."

John Popper, hailed by many as the world’s greatest harmonica player, is the lead singer and principal songwriter of Blues Traveler, a quartet named after a Saturday Night Live sketch and a character in the movie Ghostbusters. Popper has gained international renown for composing ‘Run-Around’, the longest-charting single in Billboard history, along with other radio staples such as ‘Hook’, ‘But Anyway’ and ‘Carolina Blues’. He has performed at the White House for three presidents and inducted Carlos Santana into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. When not touring, he makes his home in Washington state.

Tickets are available for both the 8:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. March 18 John Popper shows through or through